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BN2L231156

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Record Creation: Entered on 30 July 2012.

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Heritage Notes

Key number: FP 670
Details of Factory Fitted Equipments: Laminated windscreen, Heater, Miles-per-hour speedometer, Louvered bonnet, Wire wheels.

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Photos of BN2L231156

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Exterior Photos (5)

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Interior Photos (1)

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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2012-07-29 18:49:14  |  Lofty writes:

Was sold in ebay.


2012-08-10 08:24:44  |  Lofty writes:

1956 Austin Healy BN2 100. This car was built on March 2, 1956. This car was shipped to a dealer in Canada.

Purchased in Canada several years ago, it was shipped to the US.

The car #'s are: Car/Chassis Number: BN 2L 231156 and Body # 5758 12333.

The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust has certified this car as a genuine factory built 100 M "Le Mans". That being said, at some point in this car's history it was restored.

The body numbers are all matching, but the engine no longer has an attached number plate. The car has a three-speed BN1 transmission. The carburetor numbers do not match the engine number.

This car drives beautifully and runs strong. The paint has a few minor "pin head" chips and scratches. All gauges (except the odometer) are in working order. The overdrive is in working order. It will leave a few drip stains when parked. I have had a mechanic verify that there are no leaks requiring fixing.

It is located in Northern NJ out side of NYC.


2012-08-14 08:53:39  |  Bmc Classic,Inc writes:

A worthy car , will be ground up restored to original factory 100M specifications in blue/white over blue leather interior.
Reserve this car now.


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